Archive for November 26th, 2011

CNBC: Dow, S&P Log Worst Thanksgiving Week Since 1932

Published: Friday, 25 Nov 2011 | 1:10 PM ET
By: JeeYeon Park Writer

Stocks closed in negative territory in thin, shortened trading Friday as investors were reluctant to go long ahead of the weekend and amid ongoing worries over the euro zone.

The Dow and S&P posted their worst Thanksgiving week since the Great Depression on a percentage basis.

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Published: 25 November 2011 01:01 PM

The board members overseeing San Bernardino International Airport will consider at their next meeting paying subcontractors owed about $4 million for work done on the airport’s main passenger terminal, a three-story U.S. Customs building and a fix made to a bay inside one of the hangars to fit Boeing’s 747-8 freighter while it was undergoing tests there.

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Wes Woods II, Staff Writer
Created: 11/25/2011 06:21:17 PM PST

CLAREMONT – The Claremont Unified School District’s recent raises for two administrators that officials say will save thousands of dollars have drawn criticism from the Claremont Faculty Association.

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Capitol Alert
The latest on California politics and government
November 25, 2011

Rebuffed by the California Supreme Court, a former Republican congressman and four others filed suit this week in federal court to overturn the state’s newly drawn congressional maps.

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By Michael J. Mishak, Los Angeles Times
November 26, 2011

Reporting from Sacramento— As various California power players develop an array of tax initiatives to propose for next year’s ballot, they are reading the political tea leaves, hoping to discern how receptive voters might be in a sluggish economy.

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Saturday, November 25, 2011

Four more proposed ballot initiatives were cleared earlier this week for signature gathering in California, which means there are a grand total of 30 initiatives and referendums now in circulation.

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